Flybe Begins Flights at London City Airport

By Jesse Sokolow on 27 October 2014
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IMGP4629Flybe, an English low-cost regional carrier, announced the launch of operations at London City Airport.  The carrier will offer daily service with Bombardier Q400 aircraft to and from the airport.

The airline operates over 180 routes to over 60 European airports.  From London City Airport, the carrier will serve Edinburgh, Belfast, Dublin, Inverness, and Exeter.

Flybe’s Q400 are outfitted with 78 seats.  The planes were acquired under a sublease from Republic Airways Holdings, which had previously operated them on behalf of United Airlines.

Flybe was founded in 1979, and is Europe’s largest regional airline.

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